I wanted to try some greek food so I went to azars, the food was really good and the falafel was excellent. So was the baklva.
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If your hungry after eating here it's your own fault. Azar's do not short you on portions: you get a lot of good food. The pistachio baklava is the best. The Gyros are some of the tastiest and the hummus is delicious. We had take-out...More
We attended late in the afternoon and were still able to enjoy the great Greek buffet with all the trimmings. The booth seating was quite comfortable. There was Greek salad and hummas as well as hot pickled peppers and pita bread, then a wonderful Greek...More
Azar's is one of those rare places that, seriously, everything is delicious. The restaurant itself might not look like much, and it is in a less elegant part of town, but you'll forget all of that as soon as you sink your teeth into your...More
One of our favorite lunch buffets in the metro, not for what it has, but what it hasn't. What I mean by that, is they put their specialties out, and let you eat as much of it as you want for a very fair price...More
I haven't left a review on this site before, but the experience I just had is bad enough that actually want to warn others in order to save them from the same thing. Not only were we ignored when we came in at a dead...More
When we first arrived we were greeted by a young man with his hands shoved in his pockets who told us to "grab our own menus from the stack and sit wherever." Not exactly impressive customer service. The place was empty yet there were several...More
Hey, Spokane actually has a Mediterranean restaurant! That doesn't make it great, but, in that genre, it's almost all you'll find in this town. Expect gyros, spanakopita, moussaka, etc. -- all served in the romantic warmth of a run-down old A&W drive-in.